Kansas lawmakers seek to undo campus concealed carry law

A few Kansas lawmakers are seeking to undo a law that will allow people to carry concealed guns into colleges and hospitals starting in July.

The lawmakers are seeking to permanently exempt state universities and community colleges from a law passed by the GOP-controlled Legislature in 2013 that expanded the rights of gun owners age 21 and older to carry concealed weapons into public buildings. Campuses had been allowed to continue to ban concealed guns until July of this year. Faculty, students and administrators at state college campuses have expressed strong opposition to allowing concealed guns on campuses.

(Read more: The Hutchinson News)